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SFB-402 Lancer
It sure seems like something lit in a fire of Dr. Whackemoff’s bonnet lately. Not only did his team recently put out a line of superior swing wing star fighters, they have also produced another bird christened the Lancer. Rumors continue to swirl about the origins of this machine but the one which seems to hold the most credence is that the Lancer was requested by GAIA’s supreme commander as a personal favor from Dr. W. Naturally Dr. W. took the contract because more designs in the hanger always mean more credits in the account, not to mention more stroking to his mad-scientist Ego!
About this creation

The Lancer is a twin engine, snub-nosed fighter/bomber. Lacking FTL capabilities, its primary mission is to provide short ranged protection to bases and carriers/fleets.


Its small, wedge shape combined with high speed maneuverability makes it a hard target to track. Not surprisingly it’s most effective when launched en masse to overwhelm enemy forces.


The specs called for a small, relatively inexpensive craft, easy to pilot and could get close enough to a Dragonne (or potentially any other) vessel while packing enough firepower to turn it into a molten pile of space slag!


She carries two long ranged laser cannons along with a missile pod packing four anti-matter warheads per wing.


An older canopy style was specifically chosen to provide enhanced visibility for the pilot plus it already matched the color scheme!


One area where Dr. W didn’t skimp on the goodies was the communications arrays.


Packing both a wide spectrum and a tight beam antennae array allows it to coordinate attacks while eavesdropping on opposing ships to identify weaknesses in their tactics.


Landing pylons were also installed on the underside to minimize weight and complex systems ensuring only vital components were installed. A set of thrusters have also been included in the package granting the Lancer full VTOL mobility.


Large intakes were designed into the engine system allowing the Lancer to fuction equally well in atmospheric combat situations as well the depths of space.


The canopy works on a classic hinge design so it can be opened manually if necessary.


The cockpit provides plenty of room for the pilot while a simple handlebar is the only control required to fly this bird of war.


In these shots we see our test pilot Capt. Pieter Whoresknockers posing with his glistening new Lancer.


With a name like that it’s no wonder he truly enjoys blowing the shitetski out of anything which lines in up his crosshairs. I mean that’s even worse than being a boy named Sue!


It turns out Dr. W. liked this plane so much he even went ahead and built a full sized stand for it.


His goal is to have it (along with some his other works) properly displayed when it’s sure to be indoctrinated into the GAIA Aerospace Museum!


Any questions?


Originally the design for the Lancer was to be a combat drone as seen in these original phase I test photos.




Although capable of completing its assigned tasks it lacked the oomph necessary to make it a premiere combat platform which it now possesses.






Finally for anyone who was wondering, these are the identical pieces in both models. The difference is the wondrous light we call our sun used in the outdoor shots for the Lancer Fig series and the lack of it in the Lancer drone series. Enjoy.



Comments

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  November 28, 2012
This is a very attractive ship. The colour scheme suits it very well and the shape is perfect! The stand and base look pretty suave. Great Work :-)
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  June 12, 2012
Cool ship! I like the colour choices as well! The design is pretty neat too!
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  May 4, 2012
Quoting JS Can Very cool! In some ways it feels old school, but in others seems very modern.
Thanks. It's probably the older canopy that came from a Spyrius set I bought back in the 90's that gives it the retro feel. I just like it cause of the color and how it fit this ship.
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  May 4, 2012
Very cool! In some ways it feels old school, but in others seems very modern.
Mike Johnson
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White Knight
  April 25, 2012
Fabulous in original style white and blue !!>.....well done
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  April 25, 2012
Quoting Jon B A lovely swooshable beastie in a great colour scheme, very nice. The intakes are really effective, and the stand finishes off a great looking MOC. You're making some great ships at the mo, the Draggone must be getting nervous ;)
Thanks Jon. I guess I'm making up for lost time, or maybe they're just coming in spurts, like every thing else in these days! Anyway so long as others are enjoying these projects of mine that's all that really matters in the end, or is it intake?
 I like it 
  April 25, 2012
A lovely swooshable beastie in a great colour scheme, very nice. The intakes are really effective, and the stand finishes off a great looking MOC. You're making some great ships at the mo, the Draggone must be getting nervous ;)
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  April 25, 2012
Quoting White Knight Fabulous in original style white and blue !!>.....well done
Thanks and I must admit white and blue do go very well together in most things or at least to me they seem to.
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  April 25, 2012
Quoting El Barto ! Loved those pieces back in the day, and this is a wicked ship! That stand is pretty cool, too. Must be one of Dr. W's favorites ;) Well done, Dude!
Thank you my friend. I keep trying to build the next big hit sensation. Perhaps one day I'll pull it off. Until then these little works will have to do.
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  April 25, 2012
Quoting David Alexander Smith Sleek ship with just enough old-school features to make me smile.
Well I do that once in a while and sometimes it even works! Luckily this is one of those times.
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  April 25, 2012
Quoting Sven Swart That old school canopy caught my eye. I really wish Lego would bring them back. Great model by the way. Check out my Metal Militia VODC (Variable Ordinance Delivery Craft). http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/305590
I can see why after getting a look at your bird. Feel free to look over some om other stuff as well.
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  April 25, 2012
Quoting Tim C That is a sweet build. Love the color grouping, and the inclusion of that old canopy. I must also commend you on that stand. I love building stands for my ships and that is one of the best I've seen. Nice work.
Thanks. It would be nice if some of the older parts were brought back but at least we still have them in our supplies, maybe. The reason why I built the stand was to simply take better underside shots but it seems that the stand came out even better than I planned!
 I made it 
  April 25, 2012
Quoting Parrington Levens Neat! looks like something Jase would build :) Very cs also, must have been a fun build. And the lovely Moc is coupled by one of the best stands I have ever seen!
Yeah this was a pretty cool little bird to slap together and the idea for the stand came from when I used to try and build model airplanes long, long ago in a galaxy far, f... aw you know the rest. Besides, long love GAIA!
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  April 25, 2012
Quoting Cody G Lookin' good, I like the intakes!
Thanks. Those window pieces are just the right dimensions for what I needed in this build.
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  April 25, 2012
Loved those pieces back in the day, and this is a wicked ship! That stand is pretty cool, too. Must be one of Dr. W's favorites ;) Well done, Dude!
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  April 25, 2012
Sleek ship with just enough old-school features to make me smile.
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  April 25, 2012
That old school canopy caught my eye. I really wish Lego would bring them back. Great model by the way. Check out my Metal Militia VODC (Variable Ordinance Delivery Craft). http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/305590
 I like it 
  April 25, 2012
That is a sweet build. Love the color grouping, and the inclusion of that old canopy. I must also commend you on that stand. I love building stands for my ships and that is one of the best I've seen. Nice work.
 I like it 
  April 24, 2012
Neat! looks like something Jase would build :) Very cs also, must have been a fun build. And the lovely Moc is coupled by one of the best stands I have ever seen!
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  April 24, 2012
Lookin' good, I like the intakes!
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  April 24, 2012
Quoting Rabid Goldfish Gorgeous craft! Definitely look like it serves its purpose well. It also happens to look close enough to my Shiv fighter, and it's in SPA colors, per se, that it could also serve as a unit for my Project AEGAKS. I love the engine intakes, good part usage. ^Blub^
Well there's nothing saying it couldn't pull double duty in both realities, right? Besides, I was already thinking of you because my next project is an AEGAKS unit. I think you'll like what I have in mind! Stay tuned.
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  April 24, 2012
Gorgeous craft! Definitely look like it serves its purpose well. It also happens to look close enough to my Shiv fighter, and it's in SPA colors, per se, that it could also serve as a unit for my Project AEGAKS. I love the engine intakes, good part usage. ^Blub^
 
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